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Game From The P-dressox lINDIV IY

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NHAS FINALE TIlS WEEKi
TOURNAMENT WILL RING DOWN
CURTAIN ON FOOTBALL t
UNTIL FALL .
Spring football practice will come
to a close next Saturday afternoon att
Ferry , field when the first gridiron
tournament will take place. It is re-
quested that all men who have taken,
part in practice this spring appear at!
the field and sign up for the event on1
either Monday or Tuesday giving theI
name.of the.events in which they hope'
to enter. .There will be two divisions,
backfield and-line.. The winner.of each
division will be awarded a cup which
will be given by the Detroit alumni.
The perfect score will be 200 points
with 75 based on attendance, 25 on
improvement during practice, and 100
points for proficiency in blocking,
tackling, kicking, passing, use of
hands, catching punts, picking up
fumbles, dodging, and speed.
Many alumni from Detroit, Jackson,,
and Lansing are expected to witness the
tournament and some of them, old
football men, will act as judges for dif-
ferent events. Tad Weiman and
Hugh Wilson of last year's squad with
Ernest Allmendinger of this city who
played fullback on the 19.3 eleven
will judge the entries in the line
blocking and use of hands by linemen
event. Viggo Nelson, fullback on the
1920 team, D.. Lawler, James Craig1
who played for Yost in 1911, 1912, and
1913, and Coach E. J. Mather are
judges on open field blocking and
tackling.
,Punting and the catching of punts
will be supervised by ex-Captain3
Angus Goetz, Louis Reiman, member of
the Wolverine squad which played
Harvard, George Lawton, 1910 full-
.back, and Cliff Sparks, speedy quart
or of a few years ago. Those entered
u fvcnt number four, starting, dodg-
ing and speed, and picking up fume'
ble balls, will be watched by Archie.
J3Tahn, Abe Cohn, Mason Rumney, who
pieyed full way back in 1906, and Vic-
for Pattengill, fullback in 1909. Wil-
liard Peack apd Squib Torbett, who
played under "Hurry-Up" in the old
4ys, will be judge of the forward
passifn.
Great interest is being .shown by the
Mayers in the tourney and it is ex-
pected that there will be tough co-
petition., is every event.
SPORT CALENDAR
3:30-Acacia vs. Xi Psi Phi, baseball.
3:45-Sophomore engineers vs. senior
lits, baseball.
3:45 - Meior engineers vs. Adams
sophomore lite, baseball.

(By Frank ePike)
Ideal baseball weather drew some
5,000 fans to Ferry field, the banner
crowd of the year. The. Varsity band
and a cheerleader kept the stands go-
ing throughout the game.
Chicago pulled the biggest surprise
that has been perpetrated in the home;
lot in several seasons by holding the
champion Wolverines through nine In-
nings. Overconfidence in the Mich-
igan camp coupled with several errors
in the infield at critical points and light
hitting enabled the Maroons to turn
the trick.
-Michigan's first counter came in the
first inning a a result of Perrin's
walk and Shackleford's triple. Shack's
contribution was a resounding smack
down the right field foul line and
might have been good for the circuit
but for the overflow crowd.
Dixon deserved a better fate and
would probably have weathered the
storm in the fourth but for miscues
in the supporting cast. Karpus mess-
ed up a roller along the third base
line and Van Boven threw wild to Ut-
eritz on an attempted double play on
the next man. The next hitter singled
and Uteritz relaying a throw to the
plate pegged so high that Vick had
no chance to make a play. At this
point when the side should have been
retired Peirce inserted a triple which
was the signal for the conclusion of
Dixon's toil.;
Feder was caught flat footed off third
base on an attempted double steal in
the second. Vick bluffed the throw to
second so realistically that the Maroon
runner was half way down the path to
home before he attempted to retrace
his steps and was an easy out, Vick to
Karpus.

base to get the ball and was forced to
make a hurried throw while off bal-
ance to beat his man.
Vick was caught napping off first
base in the fourth inning but hurried
Yardley on the throw to second and
when the Maroon backstop threw wild
Ernie raced for third on the short
throw and slid into the bag in safety
although the baseman had the ball
waiting for him.
Yardley passed up a chance for a
possible double play in the fifth. With
Perrin on first Shackleford's attempt-
ed sacrifice rolled a. few feet in front
of the plate. and Yardley had the ball
before Perrin was half way to second,
but the Maroon catcher chose to make
the play at first.
Probably the hardest worked man
on the field yesterday afternoon was
the official score keeper. Recording
the shifts in the Chicago battle front
called for the keenest sort of atten-
tion. No less than three pitchers were
put on exhibition from various other
positions on the team. Chicago is
awarded the palm as having the nine
nmost v'lrsatile athletes in the Big
Ten, if, as appearances indicate, the
coach can call on his outfielders and
inner wall men to do mound duty. .

The coming warmer weather has re-
sulted in better games in the big
leagues during the past week. The
pitchers are getting into condition and
the high batting averages which fea-
tured the first part of the season have
been gradually dropping.
The latest sensation in the American
league is Detroit. Cobb's men have
been playing like a house afire and
have gone up into third place in the
standing. During the week Detroit
scored-45 runs in four games.
Cleveland is again in first place in
the American league with Washington
givink them a fast race. On Thursday
Faber of the White Sox repeated his
feat of last week by shutting out the
Indians with two hits.
Pittsburgh is still setting the pace
in the National .circuit. The Pirates
have lost only three games to date and
have won their last eight straight.
New York and Brooklyn are having
a pretty race for second place with the
Dodgers now holding that position.
Babe Ruth and George Kelly are
again tied for home run honors with
seven apiece. Kelly was leading his
opponent until Friday when the "Home
Run King" knocked one over the fence
and tied the score.
SEMI-FINALS NEAR
IN BALL TOURNEY1
Those who will contest in the semi-
final round of the interfraternity base-
ball tournament have almost been de-,
cided. Alpha Delta Phi, Phi Kappa
Sigma and Zeta Psi teams are certain
of their places and the winner of
Acacia-Xi Psi Phi game on Monday
afternoon will decide who will be the
fourth team to play.
Alpha Delta Phi defeated Theta Chi
Friday afternoon by a 9-2 score. This
win eliminated the Theta Chi team and
placed the winners one step closer to
the coveted championship. Xeta ipsl
took a 1-0 contest from Phi Kappa
Sigma in one of the hest games that
has been seen on south erry ield this
spring.0
In the interclass league To1ry's soph
its defeated the laws by an A-7 score.
Torry pitched well for the winners.

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